Wednesday 27th of January 2021

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Jazz and Black Consciousness

Jazz and Black Consciousness

Jazz and Black Consciousness both emerged out of efforts of Black people to find their own voice in an anti-Black world that denies Black people a sense of being and belonging that is at variance with the stereotypical portrayal of Black people as subhuman and inferior beings who are incapable of making and developing any refined and distinguished philosophy, science, art and culture outside the proprieties, protocols, conventions, canons, and orthodoxies of Eurocentrism and outside the regimes and regiments of White Supremacism.

Joe Biden Is Merely an Older Version of Bill Clinton

Joe Biden Is Merely an Older Version of Bill Clinton

As I was watching the celebratory dances of Black people in some parts of the United States of AmeriKKKa, when it was announced that Joe Biden was now their 46th president, my mind went back to the same celebratory scenes when Barrack Obama was elected US president and the hype around him being the first Black president of the USA.

Black Love Supreme

Black Love Supreme

This love is toxic and dangerous. I warn you to pursue this love at your own peril. This love is the poison of Romeo and Juliet. It destroys what society deems to be good, normal and kills dreams because reality is far too horrid to face sober.

Torch of Patrice Lumumba

Torch of Patrice Lumumba

In murderous treachery, the West conspired to have him killed and thus ensure the country and continent would return once again to an affair of deprivation. We must remember Lumumba and carry his torch of liberation, else we allow the West a horrifying victory.

REVIEW: Seriously Single

REVIEW: Seriously Single

Ultimately, an enjoyable romantic comedy still needs to be full of some essence, whether traditional or subverted. Film still needs something to say, even when it wants to speak absurdly. Seriously Single is a film that shows discordance and tells emptiness -- and not deliberately.

The Untold Story of Piet Ratombo

The Untold Story of Piet Ratombo

Closure. We all need closure. Closure is what many families were deprived of when their loved ones were assassinated by the Apartheid police or sentenced to death by hanging and some given a pauper's burial for their political convictions.

The Birth of Gender Roles

The Birth of Gender Roles

If there is one thing we could call universal, it would be gender roles. Not only are gender roles universal but they are consistent. From the stone age times till today, people are assigned roles based on their gender. Which leads us to the important question, "what led to the birth of gender roles"?